Queen's husband makes 1st public appearance since surgery

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II talks to Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh, during the Royal Windsor Horse Show in Windsor, England, Friday May 11, 2018. Prince Philip has made his first public appearance Friday since leaving hospital after his hip replacement operation, attending the Royal Windsor Horse Show.(Steve Parsons/PA via AP)

LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II's husband Prince Philip has made his first public appearance since leaving the hospital after hip replacement surgery on April 13.

Philip was seen in a sports utility vehicle at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Friday. He was talking to the queen through the vehicle's open window.

Palace officials have said he plans to attend next week's wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if he is well enough to do so.

The 96-year-old Philip has largely retired from public duties.

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